Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Vegetarianism has been associated with heart healthiness for years, Vegetarian diets have been part of the Chinese way of life for same 3,000 years, originally created within the serene Buddhist monasteries of ancient China. Most people became vegetarians for purely religious reasons.

Now however, evidence show that more people are becoming vegetarians for health rather than religious reasons. The negative consequences of eating meat include arterial sclerosis, heart disease, high blood pressure, encephalemia, stroke, gall stone, cirrhosis of the liver and cancer, all links to animal fat and cholesterol.

As we always strive to bring to our customers the best, healthiest, and most popular foods, worldwide. We are pleased to announce that we also offer brown rice. Brown rice is universally recognized as one of the world's healthiest foods. It's nutritions values have long been praised by health experts around the world.

Tianshan Mountains

The Range of Tianshan Mountains, with a total length of 2,500 km, includes West Tianshan Mountains, Middle Tianshan Mountains and East Tianshan Mountains. West Tainshan Mountains is located within Kazakhstan and Kyrgyztan. East Tianshan Mountains and Middle Tianshan Mountains span the central Xinjinag Uygur Autonomous Region in China.

Tianshan Mountains are a natural geographic line of demarcation. There is a striking defference between the north and the south mountains in climate, hydrology, plants, animals and landscapes. And the national largest distribution area of modern glaciers are here. The melted glacier water supplies a major part of the source of many rivers in Xinjiang.

Tianshan Mountains offer graceful scenery. Seen from afar, they are couvered by a vast expanse of snaow and by winding glaciers on the top; green trees and grass thrive halfway up the mountains; tinkling streams and beautiful oases provide a picturesque touch at the foot of the mountain. The grandiose Tianshan area is one of the bases of animal husbandry in the Xinjiang Yugur Autonomous Region.

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